authors | Jacques Poitras

Jacques Poitras has been CBC Radio's provincial affairs reporter in New Brunswick since 2000. He has written numerous award-winning feature documentaries and has appeared on Radio-Canada, National Public Radio, and the BBC. Beaverbrook: A Shattered Legacy was a finalist for the BC Award for Canadian Non-fiction, a prestigous national prize, and won the 2008 Best Atlantic Published Book Award.

Poitras' first book was the critically acclaimed The Right Fight: Bernard Lord and the Conservative Dilemma. His newest release, Imaginary Line: Life on an Unfinished Border, was released in 2011, and was a finalist for both the 2012 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing and the 2012 Democracy 250 Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing.

Jacques Poitras lives in Fredericton.

Titles by this author:
Imaginary Line [Paperback]
Imaginary Line
$19.95 Paperback
Beaverbrook [Paperback]
Beaverbrook
$19.95 Paperback
Beaverbrook [Hardcover]
Beaverbrook
$35.00 Hardcover
The Right Fight [Hardcover]
The Right Fight
$35.00 Hardcover
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